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Originally posted by vzdragon06430
reply to post by rogerstigers
Again, do YOU eat RAW corn? EVER? Raw *anything* could have any number of fungi or viruses on it even anthrax which is naturally found in soil. And corn just isint something that people eat raw.
So you state for the record, that the anti-GM movement has NO axe to grind, and doesn't resort to cheap shots and dirty tricks to try and win the fight?
Here is a great website with a wealth of knowledge about all things organic. I know it helps me out with trying to find out about bath/beauty/hygiene products. Organic Consumers Association
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Bioinformatics researchers at the University of California, San Diego and Genentech have developed a new, quicker way to sequence monoclonal antibodies www.universityofcalifornia.edu...
UCSD's Biotech Certificates Program is admired as the most advanced in the UC system.
Closer to the Heart of the San Diego 'Biotech Zone': The Program's Service Goals
The UCSD RA Program classes recently moved to the San Diego 'Biotech Zone'--into the same building as a major CRO, Parexel, and only blocks from another big CRO, Quintiles. Both CROs will contribute RA experts to classroom discussions of topics. Nearby are also the new headquarters of Novartis, represented on the Advisory Board of UCSD Biotech Certificates Programs, as is Invitrogen. Other Advisory Board members, Monsanto and Dow, together with its hometown subsidiary Mycogen, demonstrate regional strengths in agbiotech (which is expected to "absolutely boom" in the near future). The newest UCSD Certificate in Agricultural Biotech is under development, since the UCSD Biotech Certificates program aims to be comprehensive and progressive in service to all biotech sectors.
Originally posted by Ironclad
reply to post by SunSword
So much for Roundup being 100% safe...lol
As a Bushland Technician, I have been using RUp on a daily basis for many years "without a mask or other PPE".
This is most disturbing, as for the last couple of years I have been having some very strange and undiagnosed conditions, which I won't go into. I am now wondering if this might have promoted something similar in my body..!!
I might have to keep a close eye on this one !!
I might also pass this info onto some of my close friends within the Environmental industry.
The more ppl that know this and the faster this information gets out there, the more likely is won't be swept under the Extensive Monsanto rug...loledit on 2/23/2011 by Ironclad because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by HoldTheBeans
Originally posted by DerepentLEstranger
reply to post by HoldTheBeans
crap, this could mean that Huber, having spilled the beans to the wrong creature, will be having an accident soon.
Something to keep a close eye on. Remember that guy who was on the tube talking about there being three oil leaks in the gulf not just one? Can't remember his name right now. He died of a supposed heart attack in his shower not too long ago.